Continuations, prequels, spin-offs, and various other continuations of intellectual properties from cinema’s dearest franchises are definitely stylish in the current day. Movies like Top Gun: Maverick and Prey are only two examples this year of showing how resurrecting an old franchise is a recipe for progress. In view of that, Movie Web reports that the creator of the sitcom The Goldbergs, Adam F. Goldberg, has composed and pitched a spin-off of the darling 1980s classic The Goonies, could The Goonies 2 be coming? A video of The Goonies star Joe Pantoliano recommends that such a film is plausible.
YouTube channel Fandom Spotlight posted the video of Joe Pantoliano, (who portrayed Francis Fratelli in The Goonies) in a panel at Connecticut’s Terrificon 2022. Pantoliano revealed that Adam F. Goldberg had indeed been working on content for The Goonies 2. “Apparently, he tried out Donner an idea — he would just show us the initial three pages. That was the continuation adaptation. I think, with the progress of all of these continuation motion pictures — Bad Boys forever, Top Gun [Maverick] — for reasons unknown, individuals really like going back and seeing these characters resurrected. So I would trust we get to do another one with everyone.”
Talks of The Goonies 2 have been circulating for a long while, however, the task has always met a progression of obstacles, preventing it from truly coming to completion. Corey Feldman, who portrayed Mouth in the original film, revealed last year that he had surrendered all desire for The Goonies 2 truly seeing the illumination of day.
A progression of gathering meet-ups from the original cast of The Goonies during 2020 via Zoom, to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the movie raised everybody’s expectations that a continuation would happen, when the movie’s chief Richard Donner, chose to push forward with a spin-off of another one of his movies by making Lethal Weapon 5 Feldman accepted that was all she composed regarding development to The Goonies.
Nonetheless, both Lethal Weapon 5 and The Goonies 2 experienced a hammer blow following the tragic passing of chief Richard Donner (who was also liable for hits like Superman) last July. The solemn news appeared to end all chances of either spin-off being made, yet late last year, franchise star Mel Gibson affirmed he would step into Donner’s point of view and direct Lethal Weapon 5. Corey Feldman has recommended in the past that an individual from the original The Goonies cast ought to follow Mel Gibson’s suit and take to directing The Goonies 2.
The Goonies was released in 1985 and starred Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Corey Feldman, Martha Plimpton, Kerri Green, and Ke Huy Quan as a rag-tag youthful gathering of oddballs from the “Hooligan Docks” neighborhood of Astoria, Oregon. The youthful oddballs go on an adventure to find an old seventeenth-century pirate treasure to save their homes from dispossession and endeavor to evade a family of criminals who want to snatch the treasure for themselves.
The movie, coordinated by Richard Donner, had a screenplay composed by Chris Columbus based on a story by Steven Spielberg. The film became a clique classic and if Adam F. Goldberg’s content for The Goonies 2 at any point enters creation it will without a doubt be met with energy. In the meantime, the Disney+ series Our Time offers up something for fans of The Goonies to anticipate. The series, which is being delivered by Spielberg’s Amblin and the Donner Company follows a gathering of youthful filmmakers who endeavor to recreate The Goonies went for-shot.